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DIMM Installation

Figure B-1shows the DIMM slot locations on the CELLV Board. TableB-1provides detailed memory installation configuration information.

Port 1

R3 R1R3R1

Port 0

R0 R2R0R2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(8)

(4)

(7)

(3)

 

MMC

 

(1)

(5)

(2)

(6)

 

 

 

 

 

#1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A13H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A08J A09J A10J

A11J

 

 

 

A16JA17J

A18J

A19J

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[6]

[2]

[5]

[1]

 

MMC

 

[3]

[7]

[4]

[8]

 

 

 

 

 

#0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A13D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A08A A09AA10AA11A

 

 

A16AA17A A18AA19A

Port 0

R2 R0R2R0

Port 1

R1 R3R1R3

Numbers in brackets [ ] indicate installation sequence. See Table B-1for reference.

Figure B-1.CELLV Board DIMM Installation Locations

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Table B-1.DIMM Installation

Installation

 

 

Slot Location

Sequence in

 

Sequence

MMC

Row

 

Figure 1-7

Expansion

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

MMC #0

0

A11A, A09A

[1], [2]

Required

 

 

1

A16A, A18A

[3], [4]

(4 DIMMs)

 

 

 

2

MMC #1

0

A16J, A18J

[1], [2]

4 DIMMs

 

 

1

A11J, A09J

[3], [4]

 

3

MMC #0

2

A10A, A08A

[5], [6]

4 DIMMs

 

 

3

A17A, A19A

[7], [8]

 

4

MMC #1

2

A17J, A19J

[5], [6]

4 DIMMs

 

 

3

A10J, A08J

[7], [8]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIMMS must be installed in MMC #0/Row 0, 1 or MMC #1/Row 0, 1

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C

Windows 2003 Installation

!Installing Microsoft Windows 2003

!Creating a Mirrored Drive of Windows 2003

This appendix provides information for installing Microsoft® Windows® 2003 on the Express5800/1000 series server and for creating a mirrored drive of Windows 2003. Follow the procedures in sequence.

Installing Microsoft Windows 2003

Use the following procedure to install Microsoft Windows 2003 on the NEC Express5800/1000 series server.

Use a disk drive that does not contain any system partitions. A newly-formatteddisk is best.

1.Set Virtual DIPSW to 00003102 (see “BIOS Virtual DIP Switch” in Chapter 4).

2.Set Shrink Interrupts in BIOS (see “Shrink Total Number of Interrupt Vectors Submenu” in Chapter 4).

!For Enterprise Edition, set to ON.

!For Datacenter, set to OFF.

3.Check that the SCSI board is Adaptec ASC39160 (firmware version 3.20 only). You can find the board type/version during the Power-OnSelf-Test(POST).

4.At the EFI prompt, select the EFI Shell (see “Booting the OS” in Chapter 2). Enter fs0:setupldr to boot from CD.

5.Select Automatic install. The software automatically installs.

During the installation, the monitor displays: “EMS Connection Detected.”

Note: EMS (Emergency Management System) allows remote management and recovery without a network in the event of system/software problems.

EMS opens the Special Administration Console (SAC) on the remote terminal (displays text only, no graphics).

Computer is booting, SAC started and initialized.

Use the “ch -?”command for information about using channels.

Use the “?” command for general help.

SAC>

EVENT: The CMD command is now available.

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6.Type ch? to display information about using channels. The following screen is displayed:

Channel management commands:

ch

List all commands.

Status legend: (AB)

A:Channel operational status ‘A’ = Channel is active. ‘I‘ = Channel is inactive.

B:Channel Type

 

‘V’

=

VT-UTF8emulation.

 

‘R’

=

Raw – no emulation.

ch

– si <#>

 

Switch to a channel by its number.

ch – sn <name>

Switch to a channel by its name.

ch

– ci <#>

 

Close a channel by its number.

ch – cn <name>

Close a channel by its name.

Press <esc><tab> to select a channel.

Press <esc><tab>0 to return to the SAC channel.

7.Press Esc Tab to find an empty channel. You can now usetext-basedcommands(MS-DOS)for Windows 2003.

8.If operating system redundancy is required, make a mirrored drive of Microsoft Windows 2003 on the NEC Express5800/1000 series server (see the next section).

Creating a Mirrored Drive of Windows 2003

Use the following procedure to create a mirrored drive of Microsoft

Windows 2003 on the Express5800/1000 series server.

Note: Perform the following procedureafter

Windows 2003 is installed and operating on Disk 0.

1.Make Disk 1 GPT. If Disk 1 has been formatted only, use Disk Management to convert Disk 1 to GPT.

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2. Delete any partition on Disk 1 (see the following example).

Note: Use the following examples as a reference for performing the procedures. Information will vary for your computer and drives.

C:\ >diskpart

Microsoft DiskPart version 5.2.3790

Copyright (C) 1999-2001Microsoft Corporation.

On computer: Your Computer

DISKPART> select disk 1

 

 

Disk 1 is now the selected disk.

 

DISKPART> list partition

 

 

Partition ###

Type

Size

Offset

-------------

-----------------

-------

-------

Partition 1

Reserved

128 MB

17 KB

[note]: if no partition is displayed, skip to Step 3

DISKPART> select partition 1

Partition 1 is now the selected partition.

DISKPART> delete partition override

DiskPart successfully deleted the selected partition.

3. Display partitions on Disk 0 as shown below:

DISKPART> select disk 0

 

 

 

Disk 0 is now the selected disk.

 

 

DISKPART> list partition

 

 

 

Partition ###

Type

Size

Offset

 

-------------

----------------

-------

-------

 

Partition 1

System

345 MB

32 KB #----EFI PARTITION ON

Partition 2

Reserved

996 MB

204 MB

PRIMARY

Partition 3

Primary

2000 MB

3200 MB

 

Partition 4

Reserved

126 MB

9 GB

#---WINDOWS RESERVED

 

 

 

 

PARTITION

4. Create mirror partitions on Disk 1 as shown below:

DISKPART> select disk 1

Disk 1 is now the selected disk.

DISKPART> create partition efi size=345

DiskPart succeeded in creating the specified partition.

DISKPART> create partition msr size=126

DiskPart succeeded in creating the specified partition.

DISKPART> list partition

Partition ### Type

Size

Offset

-------------

---------------

-------

-------

Partition 1

System

345 MB

17 KB #----NEW EFI PARTITON

*Partition 2

Reserved

126 MB

204 MB #----NEW MSR PARTIION ON

 

 

 

YOUR_COMPUTER

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5. Assign drive roles as shown below:

DISKPART> select disk 0

Disk 0 is now the selected disk.

DISKPART> select partition 1

Partition 1 is now the selected partition.

DISKPART> assign letter=p

DiskPart successfully assigned the drive letter or mount point.

DISKPART> select disk 1

Disk 1 is now the selected disk.

DISKPART> select partition 1

Partition 1 is now the selected partition.

DISKPART> assign letter=s

DiskPart successfully assigned the drive letter or mount point.

DiskPart>exit

6. Format Disk 1 from command line as shown below:

C:\>format s: /fs:fat /q /y

The type of the file system is RAW. The new file system is FAT. QuickFormatting 204M

Initializing the File Allocation Table (FAT)...

Format complete.

213,680,128 bytes total disk space.

213,680,128 bytes available on disk.

4,096 bytes in each allocation unit.

52,168 allocation units available on disk.

16 bits in each FAT entry. Volume Serial Number is EA34-03C7

7. Copy contents from Drive 0 to Drive 1 as shown below:

Note: Make sure you are at the root directory C:\.

c:\>xcopy p:\*.* s: /s /h

c:\boot.nvr

c:\SETUPLDR.EFI

c:\EFI\Microsoft\WINNT50\Boot0003

c:\EFI\Microsoft\WINNT50\ia64ldr.efi

c:\EFI\Microsoft\EFIDrivers\fpswa.efi

c:\MSUtil\diskpart.efi 6 File(s) copied

8.Convert Drive(s) to Dynamic.

Use Windows Disk Administrator to convert Disk 0 and Disk 1 to Dynamic.

9.Mirror the drives.

Use Windows Disk Administrator to mirror the drives.

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10.Clone the Disk ID (GUID) as shown below.

Note: Use the following examples as a reference for performing the procedures. Information will vary for your computer and drives.

C:\ >bootcfg /list 0

Partition table info for Disk: 0

-----------------------------------

Partition No:

1

Partition Style:

GPT

Starting offset:

32,256

Partition length:

213,825,024

Partition GUID:

{68d298c0-1b6a-01c1-507b-9e5f8078f531}

GUID type:

{c12a7328-f81f-11d2-ba4b-00a0c93ec93b}

Partition name: EFI system partition

..........

 

C:\ >bootcfg /list 1

Partition table info for Disk: 1

-----------------------------------

Partition No: 1 Partition Style: GPT Starting offset: 17,408

Partition length: 213,909,504

Partition GUID: {476688c5-8ebf-47d2-80e7-cf9d065edb81}GUID type:{c12a7328-f81f-11d2-ba4b-00a0c93ec93b}Partition name: EFI system partition

..........

(NOTE: The following is an example only. Use the GUID numbers displayed in the previous two steps that appear for YOUR system.)

C:\>bootcfg /clone /sg{68d298c0-1b6a-01c1-507b-9e5f8078f531} /tg

{476688c5-8ebf-47d2-80e7-cf9d065edb81} /d+Cloned_Entry

INFO: Boot entry whose id is '1' successfully cloned.

INFO: Boot entry whose id is '5' successfully cloned.

SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.

11.Manage the EFI boot menu:

1:Windows Server 2003, Enterprise

2:EFI Shell

3:Boot Mirror C: - secondary plex

4:Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Cloned_Entry

5:Boot Mirror C: - secondary plex Cloned_Entry

!Reboot the partition.

!Enter the EFI boot manager.

!Change the boot order to:

1:Windows Server 2003, Enterprise

2:Boot Mirror C: - Secondary plex Cloned_Entry

3:EFI SHELL

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12.Test the process: C:\ >bootcfg

Test the clone by selecting it then booting.

If the mirrored drive boots OK, then the process is complete.

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Index

A

AC LED, 1-10

AC power circuit breaker, 2-4

AC power switch, 2-5

ACPI, 1-11

Adding a boot device, 4-3

Air flow, x

B

BIOS Setup

Advanced menu, 4-8,4-15

Console Redirection menu, 4-49,4-50,4-51,4-53,4-58

Exit menu, 4-12,4-57,4-58Extended PCI Slot menu,4-24,4-25FW revision,4-14

HBB Configuration menu, 4-33,4-34,4-63key functions,4-6

Main menu, 4-7,4-13,4-14menu trees,4-6

Monitoring Configuration menu, 4-21Numlock,4-28

Option ROM menu, 4-22,4-23overview,4-2

password security, 4-30

PCI Bus Configuration menu, 4-47,4-48Peripheral Configuration menu,4-18,4-19processor information,4-14

PS/2 mouse, 4-19screen description,4-5

Security menu, 4-9,4-29,4-30serial port,4-19

starting, 4-4system date,4-14

System Hardware menu, 4-10,4-31,4-32system memory,4-14

system time, 4-14video card,4-26when to use,4-2

BIOS virtual DIP switch, 4-3,4-59Board installation

bus group, 5-8

core module PCI slots, 5-2,5-3in the Core Module,5-9

in the PCIX Unit, 5-14PCIX unit PCI slots,5-5,5-6

Boot device adding, 4-3deleting,4-3

Boot maintenance menu, 2-12Booting the OS,2-12

Bringing up the system, 3-14,3-58Bus groups

core module, 5-3PCIX unit,5-6

C

cc-NUMA,1-11CELLV Board

DIMM slot locations, B-3,B-4features,1-8,1-13

memory support, B-2

Change Command Mode, 3-15,3-17Chipset,1-11

Clearing CMOS/NVRAM settings, 4-3Cold reset,2-10,3-14,3-57Commands

Bring Up System, 3-14,3-58

Change Command Mode, 3-17

Cold Reset System, 3-14,3-57configuration,3-15

Display SP Logs, 3-15,3-19EFI shell,2-14

Environmental Information, 3-15,3-27Firmware Version,3-15,3-31Hardware Configuration,3-15,3-32Help,3-15,3-52

Message Log, 3-15,3-53normal mode,3-15,3-16Power Cycle,3-14,3-55

Shut Down System Power, 3-14,3-18,3-23SP Date and Time,3-15,3-26

System Dump, 3-14,3-25Connector locations,2-3Console

functions, 3-3

login authentication, 3-3mode operations,3-5

Redirection menu, 4-49,4-50,4-51,4-53,4-58

settings, 3-3types,3-2

Index-1

Core Module, 1-3installing boards,5-9PCI slots,5-2

slot addressing, 5-4CPUs,1-3,1-13

Creating a mirrored drive, C-3Crossbar switch technology,1-11

D

DAT

cartridge labels, 2-21tape drive,1-9,2-20,A-4

Date, 4-14

Date and time, 3-15,3-26DC LED,1-10

Deleting a boot device, 4-3Diagnostics,6-4

DIMMs, 1-9installation,B-3slot locations,B-3support,1-3

Display SP logs, 3-15,3-19Dump,2-10,3-14,3-25DVD-ROMdrive,1-9,2-19,A-3

E

EFI

applications, 2-12

Boot Manager, 2-12,2-13device path,2-17

shell, 2-13

shell commands, 2-14shell prompt,2-12

Environmental information, 3-15,3-27Error messages,6-4

Exit menu, 4-57Expansion,1-12

Extended PCI Slot menu, 4-24,4-25External views,1-5

F

FDD, A-5

Features

CELLV Board, 1-8components,1-3expansion,1-12LEDs,1-10

Main Chassis, 1-6partitioning,1-2

PCI-XCore Module,1-9right side,1-7

server, 1-2

server management, 1-11

Firmware version, 3-15,3-31

FW revision, 4-14

H

Hardware configuration, 3-15,3-32

HBB Configuration menu, 4-33,4-34,4-63HBB number,5-4,5-7

HC Help screen, 3-47Help,3-15,3-47,3-52Hot plug PCI,1-9,4-60

I

I/O boards

core module PCI slots, 5-2installation by type,5-8installing in the Core Module,5-9installing in the PCIX Unit,5-14operating frequencies,5-8

IDE device display, 4-14Installing Windows 2003,C-2

Intelligent Platform Managment Interface, 1-11

Interface ports, 1-3IPMI,1-11

iSP

command prompt, 3-13login name,2-6

Main Menu, 3-6password,2-6

K

Key click, 4-28Keyboard

auto-repeatdelay,4-28auto-repeatrate,4-28port,2-3

L

LAN cable, 2-3

console, 3-2console settings,3-3

LEDs, 1-10Login,3-4,3-6Login name,2-6

M

Maintenance mode, 1-10,3-17Memory

configuration, 1-13,B-2installation,B-3

slot locations, B-3support,1-9

Message log, 3-15,3-53

Index-2

Mirrored drive, C-3Monitor connector,2-3

Monitoring Configuration menu, 4-21Mouse port,2-3

N

Normal Mode commands, 3-16

Numlock, 4-28

O

Operating environment, x Option ROM menu, 4-22,4-23Option ROM menu mask,4-30OS boot,2-12

from EFI Boot Manager, 2-16from EFI Shell,2-16

OS Console function, 3-3operation,3-8screen,3-8

P

Partition status, 3-10Partitioning,1-2,1-10Password,3-4

iSP, 2-6

Maintenance mode, 3-17on boot,4-30supervisor,4-30

user, 4-30

PCI Bus Configuration menu, 4-47,4-48PCI Hot Plug,1-9,4-60

PCI online maintenance, 4-60PCI slots

addressing, 5-7

addressing in the Core Module, 5-4description,1-3

identifying, 5-2

in the core module, 5-3in the PCIX Unit,5-5,5-6operating frequencies,5-8selecting,5-8

PCI-XCore Module,1-9PCIX Unit

description, 1-4,1-13installing boards,5-14PCI slots,5-5

slot addressing, 5-7

Peripheral Configuration menu, 4-18,4-19Peripheral devices,1-14,2-3

Power cycle, 3-14,3-55Power on reset,2-11

Power supply modules, 1-3,1-13Powering off,2-8

Powering on, 2-4Processors

description, 1-3,1-9types,1-13

PS/2 mouse, 4-19

R

Rebooting the system, 2-10

Restart, 2-11

S

Safety notices, x SCSI disk support, 1-3Security,1-14

Security menu, 4-29,4-30Serial console,3-2,3-3Serial port 1,4-19

Server management, 1-11Service processor.See also iSP

board, 1-10functions,3-2Main Menu,3-6

management controller, 1-11Setting up the server,2-2

Shut down system power, 3-14,3-18,3-23Shutting down the server,2-8

Slot addressing

in the Core Module, 5-4

in the PCIX Unit, 5-7Solving problems,6-2SP Command Console

buffer, 3-12function,3-3operation,3-12

SP command prompt, 3-13SP commands

configuration, 3-15normal mode,3-15system control,3-14

SP date and time, 3-15,3-26SP message header,3-13Specifications

DVD-ROMdrive,A-3FDD,A-5

Main Chassis, A-2tape drive,A-4

Startup, 2-4Status LED,1-10

Index-3

System

configuration diagram, 1-12date,4-14

dump, 3-14,3-25expansion,1-12

Hardware menu, 4-31,4-32memory display,4-14serial port,4-19specifications,A-2

time, 4-14

T

Time, 3-26,4-14

Troubleshooting, 6-2,6-4

U

USB FDD, A-5

V

VGA monitor connector, 2-3,5-2Video

card, 4-26,5-2controller,1-3

Virtual SOP

checking a failure, 2-18description,2-18function,3-3,3-9screen,3-9

W

Windows 2003

creating a mirrored drive, C-3installing,C-2

Index-4

 

 

 

 

 

 

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